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Solve my problem: Ensuring optimal bond strength

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How 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive can be used to create strong bonds.

The problem: Achieving optimal bond strength can be tricky

When it comes to adhesives, ensuring optimal bond strength is critical for the longevity of a restoration. Unfortunately, this can be difficult for clinicians to do. On top of creating a strong bond between the tooth and restoration, dentists also want to minimize the chance of postoperative sensitivity for the patient.

Related reading: Making a great impression with 3M's Imprint 4 material

The solution: 3M™ Scotchbond™ Universal Adhesive

  • It’s designed to be used in all etching techniques, including total-etch, self-etch and selective-etch, and on all dental surfaces without any extra primer.

  • Scotchbond Universal Adhesive is moisture-tolerant and exhibits high bond performance and consistent bond strength on both moist and dry substrates.

  • Results in virtually no post-operative sensitivity in total-etch or self-etch applications.

  • With just one step, one coat and one bottle, Scotchbond Universal Adhesive saves time with a quick and easy application and delivers reliable, high-strength bonds.
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